reading glasses to wear on halloween
Halloween is right around the corner … have you thought about your costume yet? Whether you’re passing out candy to trick-or-treaters, or heading to a monster mash, we’ve got a few costumes (for both women and men) that pair well with your favorite readers.

Take a look, and happy haunting!

For Women

1. Witch Costume

Witch Costume

A little bit spooky, a little bit chic. Add a little color to a classic witch costume with pops of green and a purple dress (that you can totally wear again).

Wear: The Lynn Polka Dot Reader

2. Flapper Girl Costume

Flapper Girl

Take it back to the days of prohibition and Gatsby with this roaring ’20s costume. With a swingy dress and a few fun accessories, you’ll be the life of the Halloween party.

Wear: The Ingrid Rhinestone Reader

3. Breakfast at Tiffany’s Costume

Breakfast at Tiffany's Costume

You can’t go wrong with this timeless classic. Channel your inner Audrey in strands of pearls, a rhinestone tiara, and of course, a tinted pair of retro square reading glasses that radiate cool.

Wear: The Arizona Bifocal Reading Sunglasses

For Men

4. Where’s Waldo Costume

Where's Waldo

Pull from items you likely already have in your closet for this humorous Halloween costume everyone will love. The finishing touch on your Where’s Waldo costume are our round, thick-framed readers you’ll wear over and over again.

Wear: The Architect

5. Mad Scientist

Mad Scientist

Wacky and weird, this mad scientist costume is sure to put a smile on some faces this Halloween. Find an inexpensive white lab coat, and top it off with lab-inspired accessories like a clipboard, bottles, and reading glasses.

Wear: The Walter Bifocal

No matter which costume you choose to wear on October 31, we hope you have a fun, safe Halloween filled with sweet treats and friends. Happy Halloween!

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Disclaimer: All references to “bifocals” herein refer to readers having unmagnified lenses containing a “bifocal style” single powered reading glass insert located in the lower portion of the lenses.